Some patients will suffer from diseases such as Alzheimer’s

21/10/2020 05:00 – Updated: 10/21/2020 09:12 AM She has been in the US for a decade and has been working at the Texas Medical Center in Houston for a little over two years, where she is a principal investigator and professor at the Center for Neuroregeneration at the Methodist Hospital Research Institute. The Galician Sonia … Read more

Longobardi: “Duhalde suffers from Alzheimer’s and what he says should not be taken seriously”

In a talk in the We Talk cycle of the coworking We Work, the journalist Marcelo Longobardi surprised the audience when they asked him about the latest statements by former president Eduardo Duhalde: “he is sick, he has Alzheimer’s,” he said bluntly. “It falls without notifying Alberto to Olivos, he does not remember Macri’s name,” … Read more

Alzheimer’s: how important it is to take care of the caregiver!

Alzheimer’s disease affects not only the patient who suffers from it, but also their family nucleus. Recognizing that a loved one begins to have signs of this pathology is not easy, and assuming the commitment of their care is a challenge. It is in this context that a new figure appears: the carer. Although each … Read more

Alzheimer’s and COVID-19: The impact of the new coronavirus pandemic on patients with this degenerative disease

Alzheimer’s dementia affects the lives of nearly 33 million people around the world, according to information from the World Health Organization. A neurodegenerative disease, associated with the elderly, which has also been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Oswaldo Cachay, a neurologist at the International Clinic, mentions that The new coronavirus has indirectly affected Alzheimer’s patients … Read more

Are These Commonly Used Drugs a Risk Factor? – Naturopathy & naturopathic specialist portal

Link Between Anticholinergics and Alzheimer’s? So-called anticholinergics, a class of drugs that are used for a variety of diseases, appear to be associated with an increased risk of cognitive decline, which also brings an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, especially in older people. Do certain commonly used drugs increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s? (Image: … Read more

75 Percent of Deaths of Covid-19 Patients are People With Dementia

KOMPAS.com– Globally, Dead the result Covid-19 about 75 percent experienced by people with dementia ( ODD) as a comorbid (underlying condition). This presentation was based on collaborative research conducted between the London School of Economics and the University College of London. To note, dementia is a symptom of a disease that causes decreased brain function. … Read more

Stress Triggers Alzheimer’s, Brain Disorders and Negative Memory

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – Situation pandemic Covid-19 erratic, negative news flow, information on the number of cases until someone closest to the infection is clearly a trigger for stress. Many studies related to stress have suggested stress levels are associated with an increased risk of disease. Not only colds, stress can trigger asthma and even … Read more

10 symptoms of Alzheimer’s dementia to watch out for, one of which is difficult to focus

JAKARTA, iNews.id – Some people still think that dementia or senility is part of the normal aging process. Yet if allowed to go further, this disease can cause death. In commemoration of the month Alzheimer in the ninth world, the Alzheimer Indonesia Foundation (ALZI) is back to educating the public about the problem of dementia. … Read more

10 symptoms of Alzheimer’s dementia to watch out for, one of which is difficult to focus

JAKARTA, iNews.id – Some people still think that dementia or senility is part of the normal aging process. Yet if allowed to go further, this disease can cause death. In commemoration of the month Alzheimer in the ninth world, the Alzheimer Indonesia Foundation (ALZI) is back to educating the public about dementia issues. Dementia is … Read more

Research: risk of dementia decreased in Europe and US

Older people in Europe and the United States today are 13 percent less likely to develop dementia than they were ten years ago. A similar decline was seen in the fifteen years before. This is evident from an in the medical journal Neurology published collective analysis of seven large-scale population studies, carried out by scientists … Read more